CETACEANS ARE WEAPONS AND TARGETS
NAVAL SONARS = MAJOR THREAT
FOR LFA-SONAR and SEISMIC TESTING
ONE BLAST CAN CREATE
A 'KILL ZONE THE SIZE OF TEXAS'
"SOME OF US HAVE BEEN TRAUMATICALLY BRAIN-WASHED...
PLEASE DON'T LET THIS RUIN OUR
"FRIENDSHIP FOR NO ADVANTAGE' REPUTATION"
NEW ZEALAND LEADS THE WORLD
IN CETACEAN STRANDINGS AND FATALITIES
CACHELOT: MOST ADVANCED BRAIN ON EARTH
COASTAL WAR-ZONES for CETACEANS
'LIVE SIMPLY SO THAT OTHERS MAY SIMPLY LIVE'
REGIONS OF EXTREME DANGER FOR CETACEANS:
EASTERN SEA-BOARD OPEN TO SEISMIC TESTING
HIGH-DENSITY of MARINE TRAFFIC: ALL COASTS
OF POPULATED REGIONS WOULD BE SIMILAR
U.S. NAVY HAS A 'PERMIT' TO 'TAKE'
11.5 MILLION MARINE MAMMALS
'CETACEAN RAINBOW CONVERGENCE'
A BREACH OF GRAVITY!
ALL SONAR IS 'ACTIVE'
NW PERU: MAJOR ABIOGENIC PETOLEUM ZONE =
MASS_GENOCIDE OF LOCAL CETACEAN POPULATIONS
SYNTHETIC RADIO-NUCLIDE CONTAMINATION FROM FUKUSHIMA:
AN ON-GOING PROCESS OF PLANETARY ECOCIDE
HYDRO-CARBON/COREXIT CONTAMINATION FROM BP-MACONDO =
AN ON-GOING PROCESS OF PLANETARY ECOCIDE
ONE SEISMIC TESTING BLAST EXCEED
30,000 JOULES OF EXPLOSIVE POWER
NEW ZEALAND IS THE 'NEW TAIJI'
DUE TO HIGH CETACEAN POPULATION DENSITY and
UNLEASHING OF "BIG OIL" EXTRACTION OPERATIONS
|SITE OF RECENT SPERM WHALE STRANDING|
...AS SACRIFICES TO OUR MOLOCHS OF MONEY, GREED and OIL?
"IF WE DIG PRECIOUS THINGS FROM THE LAND...
...WE WILL INVITE DISASTER" HOPI PROPHECY
|STRANDINGS CORRELATE with SEISMIC TESTING GLOBALLY|
OFF-SHORE EXPLORATION and DRILLING
DISRUPTS WHALE MIGRATION ROUTES
|THIS NIGHTMARE SCENARIO IS TRULY GLOBAL|
KILLING US AS WELL AS YOURSELVES AND OUR PLANET?"
THE ULTIMATE CREATIVE CETACEAN PARTNERSHIP
THE ULTIMATE TECHNOLOGY:
BIRTH-RIGHT of HUMANS and CETACEANS.
HUMANS CURRENTLY RUNNING ON DYSFUNCTIONAL 'dMOE',
or 'DISTRIBUTED MENTAL OPERATING ENVIRONMENT'
'ON THE BRINK' RADIO SHOW
WHALES AND DOLPHINS PART 3
Wade Carson, Canadian marine biologist and founder of the brilliant site StrandedNoMore, points out that the whale and dolphin 'rescue' operations there are the worst in the world, with a 'success' rate of only 9%. Further, necropsies that could determine the actual cause of death are never carried out on the dead cetaceans. The reason given is that the Maori object to this on 'spiritual' grounds; but they are allowed to hack off jaw-bones and take whatever they want. Maori 'traditional owners' and council, moreover, are among the most corrupt politicians in Aotearoa and are heavily involved in facilitating all forms of energy and resource extraction which are exploding throughout New Zealand's huge 'eez' or 'exclusive economic zone', the fifth largest in the world. Denial of necropsy is a sure way to protect 'big oil'.
The most recent of many dozens of such events occured just this week when a sperm whale stranded on the north island, in the vicinity of not one but two seismic testing operations. This tells the whole story, one that we have seen repeatedly in recent years.
SPERM WHALE STRANDS IN NZ
Parody of interview with oil company pr person
Mainstream, i.e., 'navy or big oil-funded' scientists are quick to point out that cetacean strandings have been known to occur since the days of the ancient Greeks, and of course any 'reality' is far more complex than even the most dedicated scientific pursuit can comprehend. When strandings or unusual deaths occur, the trend these days is to conjure up any possible explanation, for example, that the whale died from 'old age' or a 'mystery illness' or got 'lost'.
These things do happen, of course, but we KNOW beyond a shadow of a doubt that seismic testing and naval sonars emit shock-waves of sound that are powerful enough to kill or maim thousands of cetaceans with one blast. LFA-sonar is reputed to have 'a kill zone the size of Texas.' Hundreds of seismic testing vessels are in operation at any given time around the planet, and hundreds if not thousands of military vessels from the world's navies are deployed everywhere, on the surface and in the depths, on routine missions, engaging in 'war games', weapons testing maneuvers, disposing of 'ordnance' and radioactive waste, and 'fighting the enemy.' All this is on top of the massive amounts of noise from shipping and recreational vessels.
Almost every marine vessel of any size has one or more forms of sonar these days. Sonar ('sonic navigation and ranging') is not a passive listening system, but active in the sense that it emits pulses or blasts of sounds ('ping' is hardly appropriate for a 30,000 joule blast) that are detected upon reflection back to the source. It's impossible to imagine the density of sonar interference that exists in areas with a lot of marine vessel activity. Even if the sound levels aren't powerful enough to cause physical injury, cetaceans have extremely acute hearing and are bound to be disturbed or annoyed at the constant anthropogenic noise spectrum that is probably very difficult if not impossible to get away from.
'WEATHER CHANNEL' FOR REAL GLOBAL THREATS
Here in Tasmania I have recently contacted the Threatened Species and Marine group of the Department of Primary Industries, reckoned by Wade Carson to be one of the best cetacean rescue groups in the world. I already talked with Kris Carlyon who related that the last major stranding event was on King Island a few months ago, and that the cause was 'a mystery.' I asked him if he were aware that the Australian navy had been conducting tests of new torpedo technologies at that exact time off of Adelaide, which isn't that far from King Island. He was aware of this, and was not reluctant to talk about military-industrial activity as a cause of strandings. Hopefully I will be doing a full interview with him and other team members in the next couple weeks in which I am going to find out exactly where they are coming from with all this.
I am going to suggest that if they want to go to the next level with what they are supposed to be about, that is, protecting the lives of marine mammals, and not just sit there like ambulance drivers waiting for strandings to happen, that they create what I call a 'weather channel' for real-time surveillance of all human marine activity in Tasmanian waters, including seismic testing and geophysical exploration activity, military presence or activity of any kind, all other industrial activity including fishing boats, trawlers, shipping, cruise ships, and recreational vessels. All of these use various kinds of sonar, all of these create physical disturbances, noise, and their presence is a threat to any marine life. Seismic testing vessels and military sonars generate shock-waves that can kill or injure hundreds of thousands of cetaceans at once...more than the Japanese whaling fleet would kill in an entire season unfettered by Capt. Paul Watson's band of made-for-tv pseudo-activists.
The technology for such a 'weather channel' is readily available; pretty much anyone with sufficient access to the marine data bases could assemble such an 'intelligence apparatus.' Access to classified information such as nuclear submarine deployment could be tricky, but is not impossible for a government agency with the will to do this.
With such a system in operation, we could constantly observe the relative positions of all marine vessels, pay attention to the density of activity in any given area, note any correlations between conspicuous presences and elevated densities with strandings or anomalous cetacean behaviours, and possibly begin to predict when these types of events might occur.
One of the main problems is that when a seismic blast maims or kills hundreds or thousands of cetaceans (as off the coast of Peru a few months ago), the vast majority of the dead or injured cetaceans do not end up on shore but sink and decompose in the ocean. Wade Carson estimates that for events of this nature, as few as 10% of all the injured cetaceans end up on shore.
And the biggest obstacle with a program like the 'cetacean weather channel' is that it's creation would be a de facto admission of the dangers posed by human marine military-industrial activity, indeed, by marine activity of any kind.
The pervasive and tenticular influence of 'big oil' and the 'war on terror' mind-set glorifying the high-tech 'big stick' approach to global imperialism would surely try to abort such a project before it could become fully operational, particularly here in Australia, a country that is run by mining companies and qualifies as both a British colony and the 51st state of Amerika the obama-nation.
Last week I 'unfriended' Australian Minister of the Environment Tony Burke on Facebook for making ridiculous Orwellian proclamations. For example, he said that 'If every country acted like Japan, we wouldn't have any whales left." I replied, "If every country acted like Australia, we'd all have been extinct a long time ago.' Then he said that 'Australia is the world-leader in protecting the oceans.' I replied that if allowing the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Park to be dredged near Gladstone to clear the way for super-tankers going to six new gas hubs, allowing a major humpback whale nursery to be dredged near James Price Point in the Kimberley, allowing off-shore exploration and deep-water drilling for hydrocarbons near Ningaloo Reef in WA, off of Kangaroo Island, and who knows where all else, not to mention allowing new uranium mines in WA and open-cut mining for iron compounds in the remote Tarkine region of western Tasmania...if all this is 'protecting the ocean' and the environment, well, Tony, that's really no different than your ancestors declaring that 'Australia' was 'terra nullius' when they first set their necrophilous feet here 150 years ago. 'Terra nullius' means 'land of nothing' or 'land of no people' and was the British invaders' justification for mass-murdering all the 'sub-human' creatures who had lived so peacefully in the dream-time for a hundred thousand years.
The cetaceans are the 'ultimate indigenous people' and our very pro-active genocidal war on them, and on all indigenous peoples around the world, and the Earth herself, is extremely bad karma for beings professing to be homo sapiens, 'man, the wise.'
Sonic waves may have killed 40 whales, say scientists